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    1. Kayama, M
      Comparison of the aluminum tolerance of Miscanthus sinensis anderss. and Miscanthus sacchariflorus bentham in hydroculture

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PLANT SCIENCES
    2. Ryan, PR; Delhaize, E; Jones, DL
      Function and mechanism of organic anion exudation from plant roots

      ANNUAL REVIEW OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY AND PLANT MOLECULAR BIOLOGY
    3. El-Shatnawi, MKJ; Makhadmeh, IM
      Ecophysiology of the plant-rhizosphere system

      JOURNAL OF AGRONOMY AND CROP SCIENCE-ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ACKER UND PFLANZENBAU
    4. Milla, MAR; Gustafson, JP
      Genetic and physical characterization of chromosome 4DL in wheat

      GENOME
    5. Schottelndreier, M; Norddahl, MM; Strom, L; Falkengren-Grerup, U
      Organic acid exudation by wild herbs in response to elevated Al concentrations

      ANNALS OF BOTANY
    6. Ishikawa, S; Wagatsuma, T; Takano, T; Tawaraya, K; Oomata, K
      The plasma membrane intactness of root-tip cells is a primary factor for Al-tolerance in cultivars of five species

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    7. Ofei-Manu, P; Wagatsuma, T; Ishikawa, S; Tawaraya, K
      The plasma membrane strength of the root-tip cells and root phenolic compounds are correlated with Al tolerance in several common woody plants

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    8. Papernik, LA; Bethea, AS; Singleton, TE; Magalhaes, JV; Garvin, DF; Kochian, LV
      Physiological basis of reduced Al tolerance in ditelosomic Lines of Chinese Spring wheat

      PLANTA
    9. Delhaize, E; Hebb, DM; Ryan, PR
      Expression of a Pseudomonas aeruginosa citrate synthase gene in tobacco isnot associated with either enhanced citrate accumulation or efflux

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    10. Silva, IR; Smyth, TJ; Israel, DW; Rufty, TW
      Altered aluminum inhibition of soybean root elongation in the presence of magnesium

      PLANT AND SOIL
    11. Silva, IR; Smyth, TJ; Israel, DW; Raper, CD; Rufty, TW
      Magnesium ameliorates aluminum rhizotoxicity in soybean by increasing citric acid production and exudation by roots

      PLANT AND CELL PHYSIOLOGY
    12. Jorge, RA; Menossi, M; Arruda, P
      Probing the role of calmodulin in Al toxicity in maize

      PHYTOCHEMISTRY
    13. Neto, AT; Camargo, CED; de Castro, JL; Ferreira, AWP
      Evaluation of 'Anahuac' wheat mutant lines for aluminum tolerance

      EUPHYTICA
    14. Tamas, L; Huttova, J; Gejdosova, V; Mistrik, I
      Accumulation of membrane-bound polypeptides in roots of Al-sensitive and Al-resistant barley cultivars under Al, pH and metal stresses

      BIOLOGIA
    15. Humphries, AW; Auricht, GC
      Breeding lucerne for Australia's southern dryland cropping environments

      AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
    16. Meagher, RB
      Phytoremediation of toxic elemental and organic pollutants

      CURRENT OPINION IN PLANT BIOLOGY
    17. Wetzel, JB; Rayburn, AL
      Use of fluorescence genomic in situ hybridization (GISH) to detect the presence of alien chromatin in wheat lines differing in nuclear DNA content

      CYTOMETRY
    18. Lopez-Bucio, J; Nieto-Jacobo, MF; Ramirez-Rodriguez, V; Herrera-Estrella, L
      Organic acid metabolism in plants: from adaptive physiology to transgenic varieties for cultivation in extreme soils

      PLANT SCIENCE
    19. Cepeda, MC; De Souza, CL; Pandey, S; Leon, LN
      Genic and genetic drift effects associated with intrapopulation recurrent selection in the SA3 maize population

      PESQUISA AGROPECUARIA BRASILEIRA
    20. Wu, P; Liao, CY; Hu, B; Yi, KK; Jin, WZ; Ni, JJ; He, C
      QTLs and epistasis for aluminum tolerance in rice (Oryza sativa L.) at different seedling stages

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    21. Ishikawa, S; Wagatsuma, T; Sasaki, R; Ofei-Manu, P
      Comparison of the amount of citric and malic acids in Al media of seven plant species and two cultivars each in five plant species

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    22. Yang, YY; Jung, JY; Song, WY; Suh, HS; Lee, Y
      Identification of rice varieties with high tolerance or sensitivity to lead and characterization of the mechanism of tolerance

      PLANT PHYSIOLOGY
    23. Camargo, CED; Neto, AT; Ferreira, AWP; Felicio, JC
      Genetic control of aluminum tolerance in mutant lines of the wheat cultivar Anahuac

      EUPHYTICA
    24. Ferrufino, A; Smyth, TJ; Israel, DW; Carter, TE
      Root elongation of soybean genotypes in response to acidity constraints ina subsurface solution compartment

      CROP SCIENCE
    25. Busscher, WJ; Lipiec, J; Bauer, PJ; Carter, TE
      Improved root penetration of soil hard layers by a selected genotype

      COMMUNICATIONS IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS
    26. Kirk, GJD
      A model of phosphate solubilization by organic anion excretion from plant roots

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF SOIL SCIENCE
    27. Pinto-Carnide, O; Guedes-Pinto, H
      Aluminum tolerance variability in rye and wheat Portuguese germplasm

      GENETIC RESOURCES AND CROP EVOLUTION
    28. Sibov, ST; Gaspar, M; Silva, MJ; Ottoboni, LMM; Arruda, P; Souza, AP
      Two genes control aluminum tolerance in maize: Genetic and molecular mapping analyses

      GENOME
    29. Briat, JF; Lebrun, M
      Plant responses to metal toxicity

      COMPTES RENDUS DE L ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES SERIE III-SCIENCES DE LA VIE-LIFE SCIENCES
    30. Hamel, R; Levasseur, R; Appanna, VD
      Oxalic acid production and aluminum tolerance in Pseudomonas fluorescens

      JOURNAL OF INORGANIC BIOCHEMISTRY
    31. Fraguas, JC
      Tolerance to soil aluminum by grapevine rootstocks

      PESQUISA AGROPECUARIA BRASILEIRA
    32. Spehar, CR
      Diallel analysis for grain yield and mineral absorption rate of soybeans grown in acid Brazilian Savannah soil

      PESQUISA AGROPECUARIA BRASILEIRA
    33. Neto, AEF; de Resende, AV; do Vale, FR; Silva, IR
      Liming effects on growth of native woody species from Brazilian savannah

      PESQUISA AGROPECUARIA BRASILEIRA
    34. Cancado, GMA; Loguercio, LL; Martins, PR; Parentoni, SN; Paiva, E; Borem, A; Lopes, MA
      Hematoxylin staining as a phenotypic index for aluminum tolerance selection in tropical maize (Zea mays L.)

      THEORETICAL AND APPLIED GENETICS
    35. Luo, HM; Watanabe, T; Shinano, T; Tadano, T
      Comparison of aluminum tolerance and phosphate absorption between rape (Brassica napus L.) and tomato (Lycopersicum esculentum Mill.) in relation to organic acid exudation

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    36. Toda, T; Koyama, H; Hori, T; Hara, T
      Aluminum tolerance of Arabidopsis thaliana under hydroponic and soil culture conditions

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    37. Schottelndreier, M; Falkengren-Grerup, U
      Plant induced alteration in the rhizosphere and the utilisation of soil heterogeneity

      PLANT AND SOIL
    38. Calba, H; Cazevieille, P; Jaillard, B
      Modelling of the dynamics of Al and protons in the rhizosphere of maize cultivated in acid substrate

      PLANT AND SOIL
    39. Kirk, GJD; Santos, EE; Santos, MB
      Phosphate solubilization by organic anion excretion from rice growing in aerobic soil: rates of excretion and decomposition, effects on rhizosphere pH and effects on phosphate solubility and uptake

      NEW PHYTOLOGIST
    40. Gleba, D; Borisjuk, NV; Borisjuk, LG; Kneer, R; Poulev, A; Sarzhinskaya, M; Dushenkov, S; Logendra, S; Gleba, YY; Raskin, I
      Use of plant roots for phytoremediation and molecular farming

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    41. Herrera-Estrella, L
      Transgenic plants for tropical regions: Some considerations about their development and their transfer to the small farmer

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    42. Zhang, XG; Jessop, RS; Ellison, F
      Inheritance of root regrowth as an indicator of apparent aluminum tolerance in triticale

      EUPHYTICA
    43. Spehar, CR; Souza, LAC
      Selecting soybean (Glycine max L. Merrill) tolerant to low-calcium stress in short term hydroponics experiment

      EUPHYTICA
    44. Saber, NE; Abdel-Moneim, AM; Barakat, SY
      Role of organic acids in sunflower tolerance to heavy metals

      BIOLOGIA PLANTARUM
    45. Lee, JA
      The calcicole-calcifuge problem revisited

      ADVANCES IN BOTANICAL RESEARCH INCORPORATING ADVANCES IN PLANT PATHOLOGY, VOL 29
    46. CHRISTIANSENWENIGER C
      ENDOPHYTIC ESTABLISHMENT OF DIAZOTROPHIC BACTERIA IN AUXIN-INDUCED TUMORS OF CEREAL CROPS

      Critical reviews in plant sciences
    47. LOMBI E; GERZABEK MH; HORAK O
      MOBILITY OF HEAVY-METALS IN SOIL AND THEIR UPTAKE BY SUNFLOWERS GROWNAT DIFFERENT CONTAMINATION LEVELS

      Agronomie (Paris)
    48. CEBALLOS H; PANDEY S; NARRO L; PEREZVELAQUEZ JC
      ADDITIVE, DOMINANT, AND EPISTATIC EFFECTS FOR MAIZE GRAIN-YIELD IN ACID AND NONACID SOILS

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    49. GALLEGO FJ; LOPEZSOLANILLA E; FIGUEIRAS AM; BENITO C
      CHROMOSOMAL LOCATION OF PCR FRAGMENTS AS A SOURCE OF DNA MARKERS LINKED TO ALUMINUM TOLERANCE GENES IN RYE

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    50. Watanabe, T; Osaki, M; Tadano, T
      Effects of nitrogen source and aluminum on growth of tropical tree seedlings adapted to low pH soils

      SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT NUTRITION
    51. PARKER DR; PEDLER JF
      PROBING THE MALATE HYPOTHESIS OF DIFFERENTIAL ALUMINUM TOLERANCE IN WHEAT BY USING OTHER RHIZOTOXIC IONS AS PROXIES FOR AL

      Planta
    52. MA Z; MIYASAKA SC
      OXALATE EXUDATION BY TARO IN RESPONSE TO AL

      Plant physiology (Bethesda)
    53. Jones, DL
      Organic acids in the rhizosphere - a critical review

      PLANT AND SOIL
    54. ISHIKAWA S; WAGATSUMA T
      PLASMA-MEMBRANE PERMEABILITY OF ROOT-TIP CELLS FOLLOWING TEMPORARY EXPOSURE TO AL IONS IS A RAPID MEASURE OF AL TOLERANCE AMONG PLANT-SPECIES

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    55. APPANNA VD; HAMEL R
      PHOSPHATIDYLETHANOLAMINE PRODUCTION AND IRON HOMEOSTASIS IN PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS

      Microbiological research
    56. MOON DH; OTTOBONI LMM; SOUZA AP; SIBOV ST; GASPAR M; ARRUDA P
      SOMACLONAL-VARIATION-INDUCED ALUMINUM-SENSITIVE MUTANT FROM AN ALUMINUM-INBRED MAIZE TOLERANT LINE

      Plant cell reports
    57. BURTON JW
      SOYBEAN (GLYCINE-MAX (L) MERR)

      Field crops research
    58. COSTA G; MICHAUT JC; GUCKERT A
      AMINO-ACIDS EXUDED FROM AXENIC ROOTS OF LETTUCE AND WHITE LUPIN SEEDLINGS EXPOSED TO DIFFERENT CADMIUM CONCENTRATIONS

      Journal of plant nutrition
    59. CLARK RB; ZETO SK; BALIGAR VC; RITCHEY KD
      GROWTH TRAITS AND MINERAL CONCENTRATIONS OF MAIZE HYBRIDS GROWN ON UNLIMED AND LIMED ACID SOIL

      Journal of plant nutrition
    60. HONDA M; ITO K; HARA T
      EFFECT OF PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES ON ALUMINUM UPTAKE IN CARROT (DAUCUS-CAROTA L) CELLS IN SUSPENSION-CULTURE

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    61. PAPERNIK LA; KOCHIAN LV
      POSSIBLE INVOLVEMENT OF AL-INDUCED ELECTRICAL SIGNALS IN AL TOLERANCEIN WHEAT

      Plant physiology
    62. TAYLOR GJ; BASU A; BASU U; SLASKI JJ; ZHANG GC; GOOD A
      AL-INDUCED, 51-KILODALTON, MEMBRANE-BOUND PROTEINS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH RESISTANCE TO AL IN A SEGREGATING POPULATION OF WHEAT

      Plant physiology
    63. MA JF; HIRADATE S; NOMOTO K; IWASHITA T; MATSUMOTO H
      INTERNAL DETOXIFICATION MECHANISM OF AL IN HYDRANGEA - IDENTIFICATIONOF AL FORM IN THE LEAVES

      Plant physiology
    64. RYAN PR; REID RJ; SMITH FA
      DIRECT EVALUATION OF THE CA2-DISPLACEMENT HYPOTHESIS FOR AL TOXICITY()

      Plant physiology
    65. SAMUELS TD; KUCUKAKYUZ K; RINCONZACHARY M
      AL PARTITIONING PATTERNS AND ROOT-GROWTH AS RELATED TO AL SENSITIVITYAND AL TOLERANCE IN WHEAT

      Plant physiology
    66. PELLET DM; PAPERNIK LA; JONES DL; DARRAH PR; GRUNES DL; KOCHIAN LV
      INVOLVEMENT OF MULTIPLE ALUMINUM EXCLUSION MECHANISMS IN ALUMINUM TOLERANCE IN WHEAT

      Plant and soil
    67. JORGE RA; ARRUDA P
      ALUMINUM-INDUCED ORGANIC-ACIDS EXUDATION BY ROOTS OF AN ALUMINUM-TOLERANT TROPICAL MAIZE

      Phytochemistry
    68. MILLER TE; IQBAL N; READER SM; MAHMOOD A; CANT KA; KING IP
      A CYTOGENETIC APPROACH TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF ALUMINUM TOLERANCE IN WHEAT

      New phytologist
    69. WU P; ZHAO B; YAN J; LUO A; SENADIHRA D
      GENETIC-CONTROL OF SEEDLING TOLERANCE TO ALUMINUM TOXICITY IN RICE

      Euphytica
    70. JAN VV; DEMACEDO CC; KINET JM; BOUHARMONT J
      SELECTION OF AL-RESISTANT PLANTS FROM A SENSITIVE RICE CULTIVAR USINGSOMACLONAL VARIATION, IN-VITRO AND HYDROPONIC CULTURES

      Euphytica
    71. SPEHAR CR; GALWEY NW
      SCREENING SOYA BEANS [GLYCINE-MAX (L) MERILL] FOR CALCIUM EFFICIENCY BY ROOT-GROWTH IN LOW-CA NUTRIENT SOLUTION

      Euphytica
    72. SALAZAR FS; PANDEY S; NARRO L; PEREZ JC; CEBALLOS H; PARENTONI SN; BAHIA AFC
      DIALLEL ANALYSIS OF ACID-SOIL TOLERANT AND INTOLERANT TROPICAL MAIZE POPULATIONS

      Crop science
    73. SILVA JP; VIEIRA R; MELLOSAMPAYO T; CUADRADO A; JOUVE N
      A CYTOGENETIC ANALYSIS OF RYE INTROGRESSION INTO A PORTUGUESE BREAD WHEAT CULTIVAR BARBELA

      Chromosome research
    74. APPANNA VD; GAZSO LG; STPIERRE M
      INFLUENCE OF CHROMIUM(III) ON THE ABILITY OF PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS TO ADAPT TO A MULTIPLE-METAL STRESS

      Microbiological research
    75. APPANNA VD; GAZSO LG; STPIERRE M
      MULTIPLE-METAL TOLERANCE IN PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS AND ITS BIOTECHNOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE

      Journal of biotechnology
    76. DOVALE FR; NETO AEF; RENO NB; FERNANDES LA; RESENDE AV
      ROOT-GROWTH OF FOREST SPECIES AS AFFECTED BY ACID SOIL INFERTILITY FACTORS

      Pesquisa agropecuaria brasileira
    77. ZYSSET M; BRUNNER I; FREY B; BLASER P
      RESPONSE OF EUROPEAN CHESTNUT TO VARYING CALCIUM ALUMINUM RATIOS/

      Journal of environmental quality
    78. ISHIKAWA S; WAGATSUMA T; IKARASHI T
      COMPARATIVE TOXICITY OF AL3-TIP CELLS DIFFERING IN TOLERANCE TO HIGH AL3+ IN TERMS OF IONIC POTENTIALS OF DEHYDRATED TRIVALENT CATIONS(, YB3+, AND LA3+ TO ROOT)

      Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    79. ARCHAMBAULT DJ; ZHANG GC; TAYLOR GJ
      ACCUMULATION OF AL IN ROOT MUCILAGE OF AN AL-RESISTANT AND AN AL-SENSITIVE CULTIVAR OF WHEAT

      Plant physiology
    80. JONES DL; PRABOWO AM; KOCHIAN LV
      KINETICS OF MALATE TRANSPORT AND DECOMPOSITION IN ACID SOILS AND ISOLATED BACTERIAL-POPULATIONS - THE EFFECT OF MICROORGANISMS ON ROOT EXUDATION OF MALATE UNDER AL STRESS

      Plant and soil
    81. TEKLEHAIMANOT Z; ANIMKWAPONG G
      TOLERANCE OF ALBIZIA-ZYGIA (DC) MACBRIDE, A SHADE TREE FOR COCOA, TO SOIL ACIDITY AND WATER STRESSES

      Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
    82. URREAGOMEZ R; CEBALLOS H; PANDEY S; BAHIA AFC; LEON LA
      A GREENHOUSE SCREENING TECHNIQUE FOR ACID SOIL TOLERANCE IN MAIZE

      Agronomy journal
    83. KOCHIAN LV
      CELLULAR MECHANISMS OF ALUMINUM TOXICITY AND RESISTANCE IN PLANTS

      Annual review of plant physiology and plant molecular biology
    84. NOWAK J; FRIEND AL
      ALUMINUM SENSITIVITY OF LOBLOLLY-PINE AND SLASH PINE-SEEDLINGS GROWN IN SOLUTION CULTURE

      Tree physiology
    85. DAVIS JG; WEEKS G; KVIEN CK; BRANCH WD
      VARIETAL TOLERANCE OF ZINC TOXICITY IN PEANUTS

      Journal of plant nutrition
    86. SLASKI JJ
      NAD(-ACTIVITY IN ROOT-TIPS OF NEARLY ISOGENIC LINES OF WHEAT (TRITICUM-AESTIVUM L) THAT DIFFER IN THEIR TOLERANCE TO ALUMINUM() KINASE)

      Journal of plant physiology
    87. LUMMERZHEIM M; SANDRONI M; CASTRESANA C; DEOLIVEIRA D; VANMONTAGU M; ROBY D; TIMMERMAN B
      COMPARATIVE MICROSCOPIC AND ENZYMATIC CHARACTERIZATION OF THE LEAF NECROSIS INDUCED IN ARABIDOPSIS-THALIANA BY LEAD NITRATE AND BY XANTHOMONAS-CAMPESTRIS PV CAMPESTRIS AFTER FOLIAR SPRAY

      Plant, cell and environment
    88. SPEHAR CR
      DIALLEL ANALYSIS FOR MINERAL ELEMENT ABSORPTION IN TROPICAL ADAPTED SOYBEANS [GLYCINE-MAX (L) MERRILL]

      Theoretical and Applied Genetics
    89. PELLET DM; GRUNES DL; KOCHIAN LV
      ORGANIC-ACID EXUDATION AS AN ALUMINUM-TOLERANCE MECHANISM IN MAIZE (ZEA-MAYS L)

      Planta
    90. RYAN PR; DELHAIZE E; RANDALL PJ
      CHARACTERIZATION OF AL-STIMULATED EFFLUX OF MALATE FROM THE APICES OFAL-TOLERANT WHEAT ROOTS

      Planta
    91. SENDEN MHMN; VANDERMEER AJGM; VERBURG TG; WOLTERBEEK HT
      CITRIC-ACID IN TOMATO PLANT-ROOTS AND ITS EFFECT ON CADMIUM UPTAKE AND DISTRIBUTION

      Plant and soil
    92. RENGEL Z; PINEROS M; TESTER M
      TRANSMEMBRANE CALCIUM FLUXES DURING AL STRESS

      Plant and soil
    93. CARE DA
      THE EFFECT OF ALUMINUM CONCENTRATION ON ROOT HAIRS IN WHITE CLOVER (TRIFOLIUM-REPENS L)

      Plant and soil
    94. KOYAMA H; OJIMA K; YAMAYA T; SONODA Y
      CHARACTERISTICS OF CARROT PLANT REGENERATED FROM 2 CELL-LINE SELECTEDAS EITHER IONIC-AL TOLERANT CELL OR AL-PHOSPHATE UTILIZING CELLS

      Plant and soil
    95. WAGATSUMA T; JUJO K; ISHIKAWA S; NAKASHIMA T
      ALUMINUM-TOLERANT PROTOPLASTS FROM ROOTS CAN BE COLLECTED WITH POSITIVELY CHARGED SILICA MICROHEADS - A METHOD BASED ON DIFFERENCES IN SURFACE NEGATIVITY

      Plant and Cell Physiology
    96. FALKENGRENGRERUP U
      INTERSPECIES DIFFERENCES IN THE PREFERENCE OF AMMONIUM AND NITRATE INVASCULAR PLANTS

      Oecologia
    97. EBERHART SA; SALHUANA W; SEVILLA R; TABA S
      PRINCIPLES FOR TROPICAL MAIZE BREEDING

      Maydica
    98. BORRERO JC; PANDEY S; CEBALLOS H; MAGNAVACA R; BAHIA AFC
      GENETIC VARIANCES FOR TOLERANCE TO SOIL ACIDITY IN A TROPICAL MAIZE POPULATION

      Maydica
    99. FOY CD; PETERSON CJ
      ACID SOIL TOLERANCES OF WHEAT LINES SELECTED FOR HIGH GRAIN PROTEIN-CONTENT

      Journal of plant nutrition
    100. HAIRIAH K; STULEN I; VANNOORDWIJK M; KUIPER PJC
      AL AVOIDANCE AND AL TOLERANCE OF MUCUNA-PRURIENS VAR UTILIS - EFFECTSOF A HETEROGENEOUS ROOT ENVIRONMENT AND THE NITROGEN FORM IN THE ROOTENVIRONMENT

      Plant and soil


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